Week in Westminster
WPR: Budget Week03/21/15
Helen Lewis of The New Statesman examines the George Osborne and Ed Balls story; the future of the Lib Dems; life after leadership; an old problem that hits the young and yet more to come on child abuse.
Week in Westminster: 21/03/2015
Helen Lewis of the New Statesman looks behind the scenes at Westminster.
WiW: Budget politics
How much agreement is there between the main parties before the general election on defence and education?
WPR: The battle for votes
George Parker of the Financial Times on the trouble with Prime Minister's Questions, an appeal for defence spending, and all about life at the top.
WinW: MPs under scutiny again
Steve Richards of The Independent asks whether MPs should have second jobs and discusses Labour’s new policy on tuition fees.
WiW: Religion in schools.
After this week's row in Cabinet, what's the place of religion in schools? A former Home Secretary reflects on rows in Cabinet. Why can't we build enough houses? And what the world of gambling can teach MPs.
WPR: Beyond Westminster 02 June 2012
Former England cricketer Edward Smith examines the Government's sports policy. Should it be primarily designed to deliver glory on the field or used as a tool for social cohesion?
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